Ticket to See Yes Prime Minister for £12 at Venue Cymru (Up to 57% Off)
- Won Best New Comedy Award from Whatsonstage.com
- Production stars Graham Seed and Michael Simkins
- From the original writers of the BBC TV series
- Starts at 7.30pm
- Refreshments available
Limit 1 per person. Booking required via phone 01492 872000. Non-cancellable. Valid for 7.30pm performances only. Original value based on Zone A ticket plus booking fee, all tickets allocated on first come first served basis.
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If the whole world was a stage then everyone would be constantly bowing, never turning their backs on anyone, and always waiting for the next round of applause. Leave it to the professionals with today’s Groupon: £12 for a ticket to see Yes Prime Minister at Venue Cymru.
About the show
Following two sell-out West End runs, the award-winning Yes Prime Minister heads to North Wales to continue reducing innocent theatre goers to fits of chortling joy for one week. Penned by the original writers of the classic BBC TV series, the play stars Graham Seed and Michael Simkins as the Prime Minister and his Cabinet Secretary. The comedy sees the Prime Minister trying to stop the country falling into a financial meltdown in a giggling production which won the Best New Comedy Award at Whatsonstage.com Awards 2011. About the event
Taking a comfortable seat, theatre lovers can tickle their funny bones with a two hour performance at Venue Cymru on Llanduddno Promenade. The curtain rises at 7.30pm and an interval halfway through appeases dry throats and stomachs empty from all the belly laughing.
There is an on-site restaurant within the building for pre-theatre dining.
Venue: Venue Cymru Show starts: 7.30pm
Yes, Prime Minister has received some very encouraging reviews. Write-ups heap praise upon the fresh comic writing and strength of performances.
An excellent script, excellently acted. The basic structure and cynicism of the classic TV series remains, but made fully up to date to the current political issues.
– Topiary, Ticket Master, Nov 2011
The writing team from the TV series - Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn – also wrote this stage version, so it's as sharp, crisp and delectably witty as ever… If you haven't seen the TV series, you will still be able to enjoy this cleverly written and wittily observed play because it is completely self-contained and doesn't assume any prior knowledge. The situations are, of course, designed to stretch believability, but one can't help feeling that there is considerable truth in the relationships, motivations and strategies of the key players here. Even on a second viewing, it's still gloriously and sometimes excruciatingly funny.
– London Theatre, July 2011